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At least 24 bodies have been found in the southern Philippines and police say they have found more in shallow graves. The bodies are from a 40-strong group of politicians and journalists which was seized in an attack blamed on clan warfare ahead of ...
Philippines Imposes Emergency Rule After Massacre New York Times
Philippines declares emergency after 24 killed The Associated Press
Reuters - - 19 minutes ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama hosts Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday for talks considered critical to showing Washington's commitment to New Delhi in a region where its rivals, China and Pakistan, ...
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Wary India seeks reassurance in US visit Los Angeles Times
CNN International - 1 hour ago
US President Barack Obama met with his national security team to discuss Afghanistan on Monday. Washington (CNN) -- President Obama will announce within days whether he will send more troops to Afghanistan, the White House said after he and the ...
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Three UK groups studying climate change have issued an unprecedented statement about the dangers of failing to cut emissions of greenhouse gases.
US to Propose Emissions Cut Before Climate Talks New York Times
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Telegraph.co.uk - - 53 minutes ago
Witnesses at the inquiry into the Iraq war could be offered immunity from prosecution in exchange for their testimony. By James Kirkup, Political Correspondent Sir John Chilcot is leading the inquiry Photo: AP Sir John Chilcot, a former civil servant, ...
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The Indian government has presented in parliament an inquiry into the 1992 demolition of the Babri Masjid mosque. Parliament was in uproar on Monday with the main opposition BJP party reacting angrily to reports that its top leaders were implicated in ...
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Wall Street Journal - - 3 hours ago
When John mccain ran for president, he positioned himself as "the original maverick." The dissenting votes that so annoyed his fellow Republicans—on tax cuts, campaign-finance reform, offshore drilling—were hailed as evidence of these ...
Schumer says health bill will pass Boston Globe
Los Angeles Times - 1 hour ago
Young Somali Americans, many in Minneapolis, were lured to fight with an Al Qaeda-affiliated group, court documents detail. Eight suspects alleged to be part of that network face criminal charges.
Charges Detail Road to Terror for 20 Recruited in US New York Times
US says men ran terror network Washington Post
Los Angeles Times - - 2 hours ago
The Republican has crossed the aisle on some key votes and also aspires to being elected to the job next year, making his confirmation by the full Legislature less than certain.
Maldonado is the choice for the lieutenant governor San Jose Mercury News
Governor picks Maldonado as next lt. gov San Francisco Chronicle
AFP - 29 minutes ago
TOKYO - Japan's finance minister said Tuesday that monetary policy is key to tackling deflation and urged the Bank of Japan (boj) to take on a more aggressive role in staving off falling prices.
BOJ Nov Report: Japan Economy To Pick Up For Now But Weak Market News International
Washington Post - 4 minutes ago
By AP More than 2.1 million drop-side cribs from Stork Craft Manufacturing are being recalled, the biggest crib recall in US history, following reports of four infant suffocations.
Reuters - - 11 minutes ago
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp has had talks with News Corp about a tie up, which would involve News Corp getting paid to take its news websites off Google Inc, a source familiar with the matter said on Sunday.
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Wall Street Journal - - 5 hours ago
Congressional Republicans have started investigating climate scientists whose hacked emails suggest they tried to squelch dissenting views about global warming.
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After more than a year of repairs, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is now a step closer to simulating post-big bang conditions: Physicists have smashed together protons traveling at nearly the speed of light for the first time inside the world's ...
Near Geneva, Particles Finally Come Together With a Bang New York Times
PC World - - 8 hours ago
Google's gobbling up another advertising company, the search giant has announced. Google will acquire Teracent, a Silicon Valley startup specializing in "intelligent display advertising.
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New York Post - - 23 minutes ago
Adam Lambert shocked and surprised the American Music Awards Sunday night with what some viewers deemed a "lewd" performance of the title track of his newly-released debut album, "For Your Entertainment.
USA Today - - 4 hours ago
The Twilight Saga: New Moon is a hit, but fans seem to be almost as obsessed with news about whether stars Robert Pattinson (Edward Cullen), 23, and Kristen Stewart (Bella Swan), 19, are a couple in real life.
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Los Angeles Times - 8 hours ago
There was a lot of fancy footwork at the 2009 American Music Awards, which will go down in history for not one - but two -- celebrity spills: Adam Lambert's Olympic tumbling act and Jennifer Lopez's embarrassing stumble.
Jennifer Lopez on AMAs fall: 'I meant to do that!' Entertainment Weekly
FOXSports.com - - 7 minutes ago
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USA Today - 19 minutes ago
After 10 games, Bucs rookie head coach Raheem Morris has now jettisoned both coordinators with whom he started training camp. ESPN and the St. Petersburg Times reported that Morris relieved defensive coordinator Jim Bates of his duties on Monday.
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The Associated Press - - 32 minutes ago
ANAHEIM, Calif. - Jean-Sebastien Giguere made 41 saves in his first victory of the season despite allowing Jarome Iginla's tying goal with 18 seconds left in regulation, and Teemu Selanne scored the only shootout goal in the Anaheim Ducks' 3-2 victory ...
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Washington Post - - 5 hours ago
After a lethal bird flu virus emerged in Asia, US officials launched an intense effort to build new defenses against a pandemic, including replacing an antiquated vaccine system, which depends on millions of chicken eggs.
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Swine Flu Vaccinations Rise While Infections Remain Low New York Times
USA Today - - 6 hours ago
A vast majority of American women plan to ignore controversial new recommendations about mammograms, a USA TODAY/Gallup Poll shows.
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New York Times - - 4 hours ago
What could be done to prevent another Vioxx? This pain medication for arthritis became a blockbuster after its introduction in 1999, only to be taken off the market in 2004 when a study linked the drug to an increased risk of heart ...
Vioxx risks could have been identified years earlier Los Angeles Times
The Hill - - Nov 20, 2009
A GOP congressional report accuses the White House of doing favors for Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson, a former NBA star and prominent ally of President Barack Obama.
New York Times - - Nov 22, 2009
SIXTY-FIVE years ago, in November 1944, the war in Europe was at a stalemate. A resurgent Wehrmacht had halted the Allied armies along Germany's borders after its headlong retreat across northern France following D-Day.
Los Angeles Times - - Nov 22, 2009
The West has gotten it wrong on China for decades -- even as it embraces a market economy, it has shunned Western-style freedoms. And its power is only growing.
Times Online - - Nov 20, 2009
The abandoned corpses, in white body bags with number tags tied to each toe, lie one above the other on steel racks inside a giant freezer in Detroit's central mortuary, like discarded shoes in the back of a wardrobe.
New York Times - - Nov 20, 2009
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